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ISN Young Nephrologist Committee Member receives AJKD Editors’ Choice Award for research into missed hemodialysis sessions

Issa Al Salmi, from Oman, a member of the ISN Young Nephrologist Committee (YNC) as well as the Local Organizing Working group of the WCN 2020 in Abu Dhabi, was recently awarded the prestigious Editors' Choice award by the American Journal of Kidney Diseases (AJKD) for his research into the international variation, predictors, and...

ISN Online Curriculum on Intensive Care Nephrology Continues

Session two of the ISN Online Curriculum on Intensive Care Nephrology is now available on the ISN Academy. In this session, the characteristic features of AKI due to acute tubular necrosis are reviewed. The learning objectives are: to understand the pathophysiology of tubular epithelial cell injury and repair as well as the main renal hemodynamic changes...

ISN at Kidney Week 2019

Meaghan Lunney, from the University of Alberta, Canada, presenting the abstract on ISN’s Global Kidney Health Atlas 2019, “Current Status of ESKD Care in World Countries and Regions,” during the morning session on November 9 at Kidney Week 2019. Thanks to all those who visited the ISN booth in Washington, as well as all the...

ISN Academy Live Streams the 17TH International Congress of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation

All sessions of the 17th International Congress of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation, held in collaboration with the International Society of Nephrology and Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, taking place in Tabiz, Iran, will be streamed live at the ISN Academy over the three days of the Congress from November 19-22, 2019. If you are unable to...

ISN Young Nephrologist Committee Member receives AJKD Editors’ Choice Award for research into missed hemodialysis sessions

Issa Al Salmi, from Oman, a member of the ISN Young Nephrologist Committee (YNC) as well as the Local Organizing Working group of the WCN 2020 in Abu Dhabi, was recently awarded the prestigious Editors' Choice award by the American Journal of Kidney Diseases (AJKD) for his research into the international variation, predictors, and...

ISN Online Curriculum on Intensive Care Nephrology Continues

Session two of the ISN Online Curriculum on Intensive Care Nephrology is now available on the ISN Academy. In this session, the characteristic features of AKI due to acute tubular necrosis are reviewed. The learning objectives are: to understand the pathophysiology of tubular epithelial cell injury and repair as well as the main renal hemodynamic changes...

ISN at Kidney Week 2019

Meaghan Lunney, from the University of Alberta, Canada, presenting the abstract on ISN’s Global Kidney Health Atlas 2019, “Current Status of ESKD Care in World Countries and Regions,” during the morning session on November 9 at Kidney Week 2019. Thanks to all those who visited the ISN booth in Washington, as well as all the ISN...

ISN Academy Live Streams the 17TH International Congress of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation

All sessions of the 17th International Congress of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation, held in collaboration with the International Society of Nephrology and Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, taking place in Tabiz, Iran, will be streamed live at the ISN Academy over the three days of the Congress from November 19-22, 2019. If you are unable to...

Four monetary awards available to ISN members for training opportunities in renal pathology

The ISN Renal Pathology Working Group seeks applications from nephropathologists from low and low-to-middle resource countries (as defined by the World Bank) for travel bursaries in 2020. Four awards of up to a maximum value of $1500 per person will be awarded to finance either: a mini-sabbatical to provide short term in-depth study of renal pathology by immersion in an established...

Kidney Patients are Neglected in Clinical Trials

PRESS RELEASE July 9, 2019 Kidney Patients are Neglected in Clinical Trials The exclusion of patients with kidney diseases from clinical trials remains an unsolved problem that hinders optimal care of these patients. Over 850 million people suffer from kidney diseases worldwide, a number which signifies epidemic proportions, yet these patients are still ignored by investigators and...